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Budget hotels & hostels
Hôtel Le Canberra
This boutique stunner, just a couple of blocks back from La Croisette, is the epitome of Cannes glamour: designer grey rooms with splashes of candy pink, sexy black-marble bathrooms with coloured lighting, heated pool (April to October) in a bamboo-...
Hotel Splendid Cannes
This elaborate 1871 building has everything it takes to rival the nearby palaces – beautifully decorated rooms, vintage furniture, old-world feel with creature comforts, fabulous location, stunning views...
Hotel De Provence
Everything about this hotel says south of France: the tall yellow building with its lavender blue shutters, the lush garden with its soaring palm trees, the interior's pretty fabrics and wrought iron fittings, and the warmth of the owners...
Hotel Belles Rives
F Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald stayed at Hôtel Belles Rives - then a house called Villa St-Louis with sea view and untouched beach - in 1926...
Hotel Montaigne & Spa
The Montaigne reopened in 2012 after extensive renovations with a fresh, minimalist look and a new spa to boot. Rooms are spacious and bright, and the decor is the same throughout: a palette of beige and burgundy...
Hotel Des Orangers
With a Provençal decor, Les Orangers is ideally located for the restaurants galore on rue du Suquet. Has an elevator.
Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez
Live the high life in fabulous art deco style.
Cannes’ most magnificent luxury hotel reopened in 2010, following an €80 million renovation. This is where the stars stay during the film festival. Top choice for a devil-may-care weekend.
Jw Marriott Cannes
Palais Stéphanie's main asset is its panoramic roof terrace with pool: the views are absolutely breathtaking. And then of course there are all the usual luxuries you'd expect from a Palace in Cannes, but that almost goes without saying...
Inter Continental Carlton Cannes
Among the world's most photographed hotels.
Hotel Chateau De La Tour
Set in a garden full of fountains and flowers 2km west of the centre, this charming hotel is nestled in part of an 18th-century turreted chateau. But check your room first: the décor veers wildly from tasteful to chintzy...
The themed ‘world’ decoration, profusion of velvet and low lighting are all starting to look a little tired. But the Zen spa, vertigo-inducing rooftop jacuzzi and weeknight DJ parties still draw many of Cannes’ beautiful people...
Hotel Chalet De L'isère
The name is a little misleading because this hotel couldn't look more different from a chalet in the Vercors: it is in fact 19th century author Guy de Maupassant's former home, and a delightful turn of the century villa with ochre tiled roof, green ...
Hôtel De L'olivier
This beautiful villa, set in a Mediterranean garden of olive trees, bougainvilleas and palm trees is delightful...
Azur Cannes Le Romanesque
Every room is individually decorated at this eight-room boutique charmer in the heart of the Carré d’Or nightlife district (book a back room if you’re a light sleeper)...
La Villa Tosca
This elegant bourgeois townhouse is a great choice in the heart of Cannes’ shopping area. Rue Hoche is semipedestrianised so you won’t be bothered by the noise...
Hotel Le Florian
Clean, great location and affable owners.
7 Art Hotel Cannes
Hôtel 7e Art has put boutique style within reach of budgeters. The owners schooled in Switzerland and got the basics right, with great beds, sparkling-clean baths and excellent soundproofing...
Hôtel Les Arcades
The enchanting hotel-restaurant Les Arcades has become an institution in Biot: the 15th-century building is now home to a prestigious modern art collection, the result of 50 years of friendship between André and Mimi Brothier (the o...
A hotel with a chambre d’hôte (B&B) feel, La Jabotte is Antibes’ hidden gem...
Hotel Des Allées
A spotless, Swiss family-run establishment located on a vibrant pedestrian street.
In a tall, pink, colonnaded building, Hôtel Molière has undergone extensive refurbishment and said goodbye to flowery bedspreads. In their place, you now find a stylish, understated designer-influenced decor in tones of brown and beige...
This huge block couldn't be handier for the station, its 55 modern two-star rooms being spare, simple and unlikely to offend anyone's sensibilities...